Question about Vivitar Optics
Hmm I f I were ya ..I coat it in fine leather or something like this (try a professional in this matter ) ...if its about some rubber like parts ..do not try any petroleum based substance to clean it ...cause it might do more harm ...I try something on alcohol ..
if its only about some small parts you can try some tape like material to cover the parts that started to deteriorated and are sticky ...
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